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to a cheering crowd at c-s-n cheyenne campus sunday. he's pushing everyone to hit the polls tuesday and vote for hillary clinton. across town...rudy giuliani rallied up support for donald trump at the local republican nominee's headquarters. ((rudy giuliani/rallying support for trump: "well we're working as you heard me out there encouraging people, and as you can see we have many of them to knock on doors, make telephone calls. when you look at the polls he's ahead here." )) ((mauricio marin)) giuliani says there's a lot of because clinton can't be trusted. ((rudy giuliani/rallying support for trump: "hillary clinton is a divisive person who divides us into classes. why is she running? vote for me because i'm a woman. you don't vote for someone whether their a woman or a man. you vote for someone because they're going to be a better president." )) ((mauricio marin)) sanders says the election should come down to the issues. ((bernie sanders/rallying for clinton: "this campaign is about you. it is about you and your children and your parents and the future of this country. it is not a personality contest." )) ((mauricio marin))
of cheap talk. ((laura clark/trump supporter: "i believe we need somebody who can tell it the way it is. somebody who will and try and make us stronger. we need our rights back." )) ((mauricio marin)) and those rooting for clinton say they're making calls and offering rides to polling sites...to get out the vote....because it could be close on who wins. ((rayda brooks/hillary supporter: some days i'm thinking it's going to be close and others im thinking it's going to be a blow out." )) ((mauricio marin)) mauricio marin. 8 news now. ((sharie johnson)) >> nearly 770-thousand people voted early in nevada. u democrats. and republicans made up 36-percent of early ballots turned in. another 22-percent of people who voted early are listed as other. meaning they're either registered with a third party or independent./// ((sharie johnson)) today the fbi made another announcement about hillary clinton's email controversy. fbi director james comey sent a letter to a congressional committee, saying "we have not changed our conclusions that we expressed in july..." that's
criminal charges for her use of a private email server while she was secretary of state. investigators reached the same conclusion after reviewing a new batch of emails from a device... belonging to anthony weiner, ...the estranged husband of clinton's top aide, huma abedin. and as these final days on the campaign trail wrap up don't forget 8 news now is your local election headquarters both on air and online at las vegas now dot com./// around the valley with a few more clouds factored into the mix to round out the second half of the weekend. most of our sky cameras showing partly clear conditions this afternoon and into the evening. ............... current conditions are nice and warm--continuing our above average trend into the new work week. right now in the upper 70s and low 80s around the valley. ............... let's look ahead at the next couple of hours... this evening low 70s by 7pm, upper 60s by 9 and about 67 degrees by 11pm -- look for partly cloudy skies into the evening and overnight hours. tomorrow we start with sun and a few clouds -- morning temps.
((sharie johnson)) an a-t-v crash in the southwest valley kills one person and sends another to the emergency room. it happened around 1-30 near avenue. reporter brittany edney has more on what happened. ((sig out )) ((brittany edney)) sharie, it happened further down this gravel road behind me, about half a mile back into the desert... metro tells me a male did die in the accident and a female was transported to umc-trauma... she is expected to be ok. as far as what happened...invest igators say it looks like the 2 seat riser rolled several times and then landed on the passenger side door. the driver was ejected and neither person was wearing a
looking into the incident. over the past few months , we've seen several off-road deadly accidents involving dirtbikes and atvs. many of the deaths were due to drivers losing control or being ejected. metro says it also appears that this drive may not have a lot of experience with atvs. ((lt. grant rogers, metro police "this time of year, when it's nice, people want to be outside and do outdoor activities. this is one of those things that you have to take procautions esi designed for those vehicles, rather it be a seatbelt or a 5 point harness. just something as simple as a helmet can definitely save life." safety experts also recommend wearing full protective gear anytime you're on an off road vehicle. ((brittany edney)) that includes things like a helmet, googles and gloves. brittany edney, 8 news now./// ((sharie johnson)) >> metro says they do not believe drugs or alcohal contribited to the crash. ((sharie johnson)) the monday morning commute could be a major headache for some drivers this week..
demetria obilor breaks down the major back-ups you need to know about to avoid any delays
that may be in your way./// "you're watching the valley's news leader...with sharie johnson, katie boer & jon tritsch. "she's a slob." "she ate like a pig." "i'd look her right in that fat, ugly face of hers..." donald trump calls women "bimbos", "dogs", and "fat pigs."
town. all of the ramp closures associated with project neon are still in effect. they will stay closed through february of next year. the southbound i-15 ramp to northbound 95 is closed down. the northbound i-15, southbound i-15 to northbound 95 ramps to mlk are also closed down. the northbound i-15 ramp to northbound 95 ramp is being re-routed onto the mlk exit, which takes drives to a temporary ramp to northbound 95. those who live on the west side will be dealing with closures on 215 impacting their route to mccarran. starting monday night, the eastbound 215 ramp to the airport connector will shut down nightly fom 9pm to 5am through th paradise, which will get you to the airport. if you'd rather stay on the freeway, you can take eastbound 215 to the airport connector. i'll be guiding you through all of these closures during my morning reports on monday, on good day. see you then.
street... are widely known for their part in causing the housing crash. but are they doing a better job at preventing something like that from happening again? the i-team's george knapp looks into whether banks are still behaving badly... up next./// "you're watching the valley's news leader...with sharie johnson, katie boer & jon
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we can't just sit on the sidelines when so much needs to be done. i know that, working together, we can make progress. as attorney general,
i brought democrats and republicans together to fight sex trafficking and drug dealers. and i took on the big banks who took advantage of nevada homeowners. i approve this message because in washington,
in 2007. and no city in america suffered more than las vegas. wall street banks were slammed with huge fines for their role in creating the financial meltdown, but none of the big players went to prison. so, would bankers do it again if they could? george knapp of the i-team looks at banks behaving badly. (( ) ) for 30 straight years, rivers of money flowed in las vegas, fueled by bat-out-of-hell growth rte mother of all housing bubbles. nevada was tailor-made for the frankenstein-like financial products invented by wall street banks. sub-prime loans meant more people could buy houses, and that meant more money for so-called banksters. heather murren: people should have gone to prison.... philanthropist and former wall street analyst heather murren spent 18 months working on the commission which investigated the financial meltdown. banks were allowed to create the risky instruments that were used to defraud millions of
evidence of crimes. heather murren: we handed folders over to the department of justice that said these things we believe that people did were illegal...but no one has actually gone to jail. the big banks knew they were selling fraudulent securities, but did it anyway. in nevada, as elsewhere, they created robosigning factories...like a fast food line for made-up mortgage documents. homeowners eventually discovered after all...including this reporter. gknapp: you told me my mortage was bad. tisha black: that's amazing. attorney tisha black helped write regulations that shut down the robosigners here. nevada authorities tried to go after the banks on criminal charges, but states had to back off when federal authorities brokered a settlement. wall street agreed to billions in fines, but none of the big bankers were
for wall street, that is the moral of the story. tisha black: it's the morality. there is no morality. they don't answer to anybody, really. they might get hauled in front of congress for an embarrassing three hour session and they're done. a lot of people would deal with that for a 30 million dollar paycheck. after paying the huge fines for the meltdown, some bank presidents were given fat raises. altogether, big banks have paid financial collapse, for fraud, for money laundering, for other criminal schemes, but the fines are often paid by banks insurance companies, and they're tax deductible, a cost of doing business. wells fargo, the largest bank in nevada, was recently caught red-handed creating millions of unauthorized credit card accounts. bank executives know the benefits outweigh the risks. tisha: it's the carrot and the stick. the carrot is huge and the stick is small. heather:
the culture of the banks and i think what we're seeeing with wells fargo is very symptomatic of the fact that if nobody gets in trouble for anything at a high level, then ultimately people's behaviors don;t change. murren thinks new regulations will make it harder for wall street banks to create as big a mess as the last time but warns there are shadow banking systems in play that are not being scrutinized. if we can't put bankers in prison, the public can at least send a message. illinois and california decided doing business with their states. nevada's treasurer announced that no such action would be taken here. murren: i was surprised. i think that treasurers have an obligation to all of their constituents and granted that wells fargo is the largest bank in nevada but nonetheless, they behaved poorly and we should be making sure we're protecting the people that have accounts there, whether they're teachers or veterans or folks that don't have a lot of money. george knapp 8 news now.
day around the valley with a few more clouds factored into the mix to round out the second half of the weekend. most of our sky cameras showing partly clear conditions this afternoon and into the evening. ............... current conditions are nice and warm--continuing our above average trend into the new work week. right now in the upper 70s and low 80s around the valley. let's look ahead at the next couple of hours... this evening low 70s by 7pm, upper 60s by 9 and about 67 degrees by 11pm -- look for partly cloudy skies into the evening and overnight hours. tomorrow we start with sun and a few clouds -- morning temps. around 8am in the mid 60s. .............. we'll continue our dry stretch across the region the next couple of days --- with a few clouds factored into our day tomorrow too... warm and dry conditions will continue through the week thanks to a large and persistent
expected with generally light winds. .............. expect this batch of cloud cover to expand eastward this evening and overnight with periods of high clouds persisting tomorrow. otherwise...the forecast for the foreseeable future looks mild and dry thanks to a large and persistent ridge of high pressure which leaves little in the way of significant weather to discuss. periods of high clouds will remain possible but winds will be on the light side with temperatures 6 to 10 degrees above normal through the period. .............. your 7-day forecast keeps us trending above average all the way through the next couple of days. look for low 80s monday, election day--tuesday and wednesday. we'll drop into the upper 70s for thursday through next weeke. ((sharie johnson)) time is running out on on
fake charities that preyed on vulnerable seniors... fronts for telemarketing schemes. seniors lost millions from the scams danny tarkanian helped set up. jacky rosen has always led with integrity. in congress, jacky rosen will protect seniors and strengthen social security. and jacky rosen will always be responsible with your tax dollars. jacky rosen: i'm jacky rosen and i approved this message. with all of the shenanigans helping set up fake charities used to scam nevada seniors, failing to pay thousands in property taxes, losing $17 million in a failed development scheme, then sticking taxpayers with the bill -- imagine the shenanigans tarkanian would pull in washington. it's why we can't afford
tarkanian in congress, ever.
revival 47 year old rod pampling won for the first on the pga tour in 10 years. victory was earned. the journeyman golfer finished 20 under and out-dueled former u.s. open champion lucas glover and ryder cup champ brooks koepka. pampling's birdie on 18 ensured victory in las vegas, but also a spot in next year's masters. the champion is relieved and revived (((rod pampling/winner: "i think every golfer has a few doubts here and there but i never did not believe that i had the game to win out here. so that's what kept me going. the last few years was a grind, just to come down the stretch rewarding and definitely a huge confidence builder. if you feel like you can win then you can still win. thankfully i've been able to prove that and i'm looking forward to the next few years.") )) (jon tritsch) the champ is back...manny pacquiao reminded us all why he is one of the greatest pound for pound fighters of all time..last night pac man defied age and local hero jessie vargas
afternoon (manny pacquiao/champion: "i'm so eager to do a good fight because of his statement before the fight that he would not back off and fight toe-to-toe. that's what i'm looking for.") the fight game a by...pac-man dominated vargas in front of 16 thousand fans at the thomas and mack to earn a unanimous decision... manny won his 59th career fight just a month from his 38th birthday...most impressively..the champ stayed sharp despite his 7 month retirement and his busy schedule as a senator.. manny wanted to prove he was still elite and while the door is still open for a floyd mayweather rematch..he's got national priorities (manny pacquiao/boxer: "i really worked hard for the fight. i pushed myself. even though i'm really busy.
in the ring. myself alone. in the fight, my stamina is ok. what is in my mind right now, go back to the phillipines to work. i'm excited for my new job.") (jon tritsch) pac man will be flying back to join the senate in session on tuesday... he's not the only one with a busy schedule.. the final round is wrapping up here..so is the pbr world finals at t-mobile arena.. we will have continued coverage throughout this action packed sunday..reporting live jon tritsch.. 8 sports now.. ((sharie johnson))
"she ate like a pig." "i'd look her right in that fat, ugly face of hers..." donald trump calls women "bimbos", "dogs", and "fat pigs." but congressman crescent hardy said he'd support donald trump 100%. nevada,
there's a better choice: ruben kihuen. kihuen pushed to crack down on employers who pay women less than men. and kihuen will always protect a woman's right to choose. ruben kihuen for nevada.
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